I wasn't confusing things: I know people on the left that claim that vaccines give autism, and I wouldn't say that they are a minority. As I said, it also depends on the context, and is probably true that with the current covid-19 denial insanity being promoted by reference figures on the rigth, the scale has tipped to them, I don't think it has to do with the condition of being religious or not, but rather what worldview, or more importantly, spirit, they live their life on. I think post-modernism, despite the flaws it has, does a really good job of showing that universal truths that we consider objective are context dependent. I'm not going to enter on the topic, but gender is a hotly debated topic because, from my point of view, it is a clash of beliefs. To give a more concrete example, our social structure rest on a series of beliefs that are instrumental for his continued existence. While people can claim that the free market is rational, or that work is required for obtaining one substance, or that democracy is a superior form of government, in each case there are acts of faith maintaining this propositions. Even natural science sometimes rest on beliefs, like in medicine were most organizations still use a categorical race structure that doesn't correlate to genetic structures as someone would expect from it, or in the pandemic context, the faith placed by the institutions that the vaccine would end it, despite a lack of evidence that it would happen (simply put, it is impossible to know how it will actually end). And to clarify, I am against the idea of rationality as understood in a modern sense. I do believe that what we call reason is just an ideal form. Why can we be so sure that religion is irrational, when religion itself comes from the use of reason itself? Doesn't the existence of god(s) or spirits require an Interpretative analysis Of the reality we live in to arrive to that conclusion? Reason as a concept is time dependent. When Descartes affirms "I think, therefore I'am" , it previously required a leap of faith in the form of believing that god is good. While now the whole reasoning would be considered irrational, at the time that belief was considered to be a universal truth. I do not believe that we can escape from believe, it just takes different forms.